Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
- Sc.D., Electrical Engineering, September 2003 -
- Advisor: Prof. David J. Perreault
- Dissertation Topic: ``Radio Frequency dc-dc Power
- Design and control of dc-dc power converters
that operate in the VHF range (30 MHz-300 MHz) across a range of
power levels (5 W-1000 W).
- S.M., Electrical Engineering, 2001 - 2003
- Advisors: Prof. David J. Perreault, Dr.
Thomas A. Keim.
- Morris Joseph Levin Award-for the best oral
thesis presentation, 2003
- Thesis Title: ``Output Power
Increase at Idle Speed in Alternators''
- Development and
experimental validation of a control strategy for automotive
alternators with switched-mode rectifiers. This approach provided
significant increases alternator output power and efficiency at
idle speed without incurring additional system cost.
Monterrey Institute of Technology, Mexico City, Mexico.
- B.A., Electrical and Communications Engineering, 1994 -
- Graduated with Honors